Delivery | Mean of delivery in English Dictionary


  • Noun
  • the act of taking something to a person or place
    1. The delivery is scheduled for this morning.
    2. The supermarket makes deliveries [=takes goods to customers] for free within 30 miles of the store.
    3. The restaurant doesn't do deliveries. [=does not take food to customers]
    4. The company offers free delivery with orders over $100.
    5. She does the mail delivery [=she delivers the mail] on my street.
    6. a delivery truck/service [=a truck/service that delivers something]
    7. Someone has to be home to accept/receive delivery of the package.
    8. Payment is due on delivery of the goods. [=when you receive the goods]
    9. Allow six weeks for delivery.
  • something that is taken to a person or place
    1. The store got a delivery [=shipment] of shirts yesterday.
  • the act or process of giving birth
    1. The baby weighed almost seven pounds at the time of delivery.
    2. the delivery room [=a special room in a hospital where women give birth to babies]
    3. The doctor expects it to be a routine delivery.
    4. The doctor has had three deliveries today.
  • the way someone says something officially or publicly
    1. The joke was funny, but his delivery was terrible.
    2. I need to work on my delivery before I give the speech.
  • the way a ball is thrown in baseball or cricket
    1. The pitchers have similar deliveries.
    2. a high delivery
  • to receive (something that is being delivered to you)
    1. The city will take delivery of the vehicles tomorrow.

Những từ liên quan với DELIVERY

post, birth, conveyance, rendition, mailing, inflection, diction, commitment, drop, consignment, dispatch
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